The families of those killed in the Tunisia terror attacks have been joined the Queen, the Prime Minister and millions of members of the public in a minute's silence to remember those killed on the beach at Sousse.
Trinity Mirror's chief executive recently questioned how compensation for phone hacking could come close to the amount awarded for deaths caused by wrongdoing. How can compensation for things as different as bereavement and lost privacy be calculated?
More than one million people died in East Africa during World War One. Some soldiers were forced to fight members of their own families on the battlefield because of the way borders were drawn up by European colonial powers, writes Oswald Masebo.